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The play's the thing: Children learn about acting, life at Sheboygan theater camp (with video)

10:33 PM, Jun. 28, 2013
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J.J. Reed likes drama, but she's not a drama queen.

"I just like acting," the 9-year-old said. "Sometimes me and my sister will mess around and play games at home where we're acting and we'll have to be all dramatic and start crying, ... (but) I'm not a drama queen."

J.J., who lives in Milwaukee, had an opportunity to hone her acting skills this past week, while at the same time learning life skills that will help her stay away from the drama queen persona. ...

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